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Form update - file upload - overwriting

Thread began 11/19/2014 5:17 pm by rgolab68503 | Last modified 11/19/2014 6:12 pm by rgolab68503 | 281 views | 2 replies


Form update - file upload - overwriting

Hey Jason,

Been trying to figure this one out along with a few other issues I was having. Funny thing is that I already have another section on the site working properly but just can't get this section to do what it's supposed to..

Basically I have an upload page with several files. The insert records work now and the files get uploaded to the correct folders. No problem there. The issue is if sya out of the 9 or so files I only need to replace one of them. i chose the file and hit the update button, it then wipes out the names of all the others that were not uploaded again.

I've gone through this tutorial several times ...
But I must be missing something.

On this tutorial it states to point the "default file" in the upload to the value of the hidden field. I've tried it there but I know in a previous issue i was having you mentioned not to put it in the default file bu tin the File. I tried both ways.

I also found this thread stating to look at the validation and choose "Allow Blank" and it points to find the details in the file upload tutorial. I couldn't find this point in any of the upload tutorials.

So basically all I want to happen in the update page that if a new file is needed only that field get updated. The other simply stay the same.

Any ideas?

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